Virtual fence hopes to reduce wildlife road kill deaths and injuries

By Staff Reporter
February 21 2024 - 8:11am
Shoalhaven City Council has installed virtual fencing in Bawley Point to reduce animal and vehicle collisions in the area as part of a 12-month trial. Picture supplied
Shoalhaven City Council has installed virtual fencing in Bawley Point to reduce animal and vehicle collisions in the area as part of a 12-month trial. Picture supplied

A "virtual fence" is being used to protect wildlife in the Bawley Point area.

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